FaceTime, Wyoming, United States

美國懷俄明州 FaceTime 裝置

CLB Architects

Park(ing) Day happens the third Friday of every September. Started in 2005 in San Francisco, the worldwide event calls for creative people to transform parking spots into temporary public parks. The Jackson Hole Park(ing) Day event was the first display for the FaceTime structures. FaceTime is a phone-free space that plays upon Apple's video messaging app FaceTime. The firm wanted to create a space that would force people to engage with someone else instead of a screen.


2005 年起,美國舊金山發起一項世界性活動,將每年九月的第三個星期五訂為「小公園日」,鼓勵人們運用創意將停車位轉化為臨時性公園。而傑克遜山谷的小公園日,首次展示出名為「FaceTime」的裝置結構。本案為一處著重於人與人實際交流互動的空間,雖以蘋果視訊通話應用軟體「FaceTime」的概念為基礎,人們卻須在此放下手機,藉由直接面對面相處,取代這種虛擬的溝通方式。

The idea evolved out of the firm's biweekly studio sessions, reserved for discussions, lectures or collective brainstorming.  Staff members worked weekends and after hours to build the installation. The firm used found and recycled objects to create the huts. Leftover scraps from job sites and plotter paper cardboard tubes were cut into 3'' rings and glued together to serve as the end walls. The tube walls add texture, transparency, while still providing privacy for a conversation. 



The conversation huts were again installed in Teton Village during the annual GLOW Nights Festival, and event that employs light as a medium to attract people out into public spaces at night. The structures were re-clad recycled HDPE panels to withstand the winter conditions and simple pendant lights were added to illuminate the spaces at night.



Principal ArchitectsEric LoganBrent SikoraLeo NaegeleJeffrey JohnstonMatthew Van Wagner

Total Floor Area8

Principal MaterialsLeftover materials from job sitesPlotter paper cardboard tubesRecycled HDPE panels

LocationLos Angeles, United States

PhotosTuck Fauntleroy

TextCLB Architects

CollatorAngel Chi


主要建築師:艾瑞克.羅根 布蘭特.西科拉 利奧.內格萊氏 傑佛瑞.莊士敦 馬修.范.華格納





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